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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 February 1883

"-WWfciBai4ji UlfW -y - ' VW?"-..iy tfw"TOl, ( 1 1 THE .-r-i "j?f r 1 t "" BEE. tr 7- Msi .V i i. riMll'O k "- -l -,.to 3 ,. .t SitiiJl ... -... . p . i IIWIMIIWIILIIILWIUSW. ian-rt-LH-3fw-35fikJC.. , . l" Jl'fM.fciR).' ' . . '" w STr 1 VJZM v ti- C (G (SraivaiU', Ebsixesb Hakagei, AM) Pdbmsheb VOL. 1. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. C. CHASE, Ep no asd Pbopbietob. Clearing Out Sale WASHINGTON, D. 0.. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1883. op- NO. 29. WINDSOR'S WHY MEN CANNOT FLY- LADIES' COATS, DOLIANS AND OIRCEARS. f s". '", .I'STS" U ,mnd t,mt mU6t " wiU be cloBed oat ardtcss of cost to make room- M TIN'S, fill ADAMAS, nil at greatly reduced prices AND C0L0RED SILKS, 1U j -K AND COLORED CASHREsXmcents up. AH the EVENING SHADFS in Sik-. SiitlllP. Cashmeres. Alhnirncc d,1 t ir-:i: cL u,u " VJ" bH.AD.bb H..ti Furnishing Goods in great variety and very chean , tlr ttMSKi SS? C1'"5 """ Nn"kins' & . -H soHod, at half. J. A. LUTTEELL & CO.,' S...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 February 1883

: ' 1 5 I ifi e 5 THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. C. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. C. STEWART, BueineBS Manager. Entered at tbo PoBtoffice at Wahhington, D. D., as aocoud-claes matter. 6UBSCRUTIOK BATES: 'GimonthB - S " 1 - iSinglo copieB, - - 100 50 - 20 5 'ADYEBTIBIKQ BATES: Ono inch, one axontli $100 12 00 X.cW. elx nn nn ?":! 4UUU "10 00 30 UU 85 00 75 00 Special notices, 50 cents each. Tcu linea constitute an inch. All coBWKmcatioBB perc&IntBg to buamera mast he ftdiresMd to the Bwinees Manager' Hatter for pbiietion cl on private bneinese mufltbe'ikddreeeed to iho Editor ad Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of tbe Colored PreeB. We are prepared to farniish biographies, special correspondence and news itemB at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with Bpocial Washington letters when they have no epocial correspondent. We have some of ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 February 1883

V, 1 THE BEE. TTJlFRr THE BEE CAX BE GOT. 3ir. l nlkety's, M street, between 12 anj i i. Northwest. p;ivu & Gray's. 4 - and Pennsylvania Hfim Poland's. Southwest corner ,f Fciin h aum avenue, and 4J streets. fliii Ivmkor's, 111G F street, M L. r:usi 1109 I Street, X. TV. ! EPI AL NOTICE. om .uhsi-ribers will please have ,, t iniic ready, lor our collector .,11 .. around on the lirst of the month. UmiihhImt. 'un' of you owe us for 1, y K 4 . and months. Dont fail to f.y ) 1'1'tnc at home. LOCALS. Tin- i ,qit:d Pleasure Club gave a vi inn entertainment at TVillard's ,It(1l TlmrMhiy evening. i funeral of Mrs. Cecelia Cain timk il-f" Jlt tno 19Mi Street Baptist , jj,,,. h Friday. February 23, 1883. .T.iln, li'i. proprietor of Park Hotel, h, .tiiniM-nH'nts in the. hall every -Tiiri; - filing. Thi- history of the Colored Public .,lii...N id Washington and George t. wit wl fonnnenee in the next issue. lli. luneral of Mrs. Charlotte JSIu-p,-nt t'K I'laeo at Asbury M. E. ilmr.lt. Wednesd...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 February 1883

. s ' 1 I 4 TOPICS OF THE DAT. There are said to be fifty injurious insects in our vegetable gardens; fifty in our vineyards, -while seventy-five attack our apple trees and more than fifty our grain fields. Seventy-five mil lion dollars is estimated as the damage done to the "wheat in Illi jois in one season, and nearly ten years ago the annual loss in the United States from insect depredations alone was esti mated at nearly $400,000,000. The election of Congressman John E. Kenna, of "West Virginia, to the United States Senate, at the age of thirty-five years, revives the history of similar cases. James Monroe and Hayne, the antagonist of Daniel Web ster, became senators at the age of thirty-two years; Stephen A. Douglas atthirty-four, and fully a dozen men at Mr. Henna's ags. Aaron Burr was one of the number. Dwight M. Sabin, elected to the national Senate, as Sen ator "Wmdom's successor, is thirty-nine. Why do suicides often subject them selves to the most horrible tortures in the...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 March 1883

niimpiniiiii mgmmimgqmwi "f p mr ' s v. i-S-.t'i-jr rJ ' i3iMfa4IMMMnM THE JDjJjj i C. SITE WART, Bdseces3. Manager akd Pijbijsheb. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equalityand Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. CHASE, ILdito ad Propbis3503i. ()L. 1. WASHINGTON, D. 0., SATURDAY, MARCH 3,. 1883. NO. 30: , jrttmaatmtfffmm A :s arin O ut S a e WINDSOR'S LADIES GOATS, OF1 DOLMANS AHB CIRCULARS lot still on baud that must and -will be closed out regardless of cost to make room 'OOUS. ;. ivE SILK VELVETS AKD PLUSHES in black and all the desirable shades. j :!: in.ACK AKD COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS, o irv UHADAMAS. all at greatly reduced prices. Tin p.p.l i :. vf K AND COLORED CASHMERES from 50 cents up. All the EVENING SHADES -. - S.iiins. Cashmores. Albatross, and Nnns VpHinsy. Av - , - .. . ' - , : . pure linen, slightly soiled, at half- i : I uruishing Goods in great variety and very cheap. . ' . bordered Damask Table Oloths and Napkins, piu t jpil to look at them. J. A. ...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 March 1883

i V. ii THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 - I STREET, N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. 0. C. STEWART, Business Manager. Eutorcd at tbo Postoffico at Washington, D. D., as socond-clasB matter. suBscnimos eatzs : C months - - - . i no 3 " 50 14 20 iSinglo copies, - - - 5 ADVERTISING KATES : One Inch, one month - . $i 00 -col. six ' - - 12 00 col. " - - . 20 00 lool. " " - - - 40 00 il inch one year - - - 10 00 '4-col. " - - - 25 00 '-coh 35 00 'tool. " - - - 75 00 Special noticos, 50 cents each. Ten liuca constitute an inch. - - i ii - ; Ail communications pertaining to tmeinrw mnat beaddieafiod to the Buaineaa Manager Matter for publication and on private business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a Ncwb Bureau of tbo Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news itemB at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 March 1883

THE BEE. AVUERE THE BEE CAN BE GOT. Mr. rolkety'.s M street, between 12 nu 13. Northwest. P.xyno Sz Gray's, 4-jl and Pennsylvania acnut r Homy Poland's, Southwest corner ,,t iT.nvlvania avenue, and 4 streets. Ij.ilmrt Booker's, 1116 F street, 'i rth wast. Mr.s.L. Ohase, 11091 Street, X. W. .1. W. Fowler, 31S Second St., South west. Treasury Bestaurant, treasury de partment. Dvlvg store, ICth and M St., North west. HI. B. Folkinhorn, next to city Post- o.1i-3. LOCALS. G to the fair and vote for the Bee. iQi-r Philadelphia letter came to late fur this weeks issue. The choir of the 19th St., Church, wa at theShiloh Sunday night. QriTE a large number of persons wiv baptised from the Berean Church, Sunday. Persons will do well to callatJosth's '.fcond-hand store, 619 D St., North west. Don't forget to call at Carnell's fJiiicery store, 1009 F St., Northwest, -u pars teas, flour, all at reduced rates. "Writing desk is at the fair, and as we greatly need a fine one, suppose you go to the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 3 March 1883

WBememmiBBBIBBF'Bgn f OR THE FARM AD HOME, Heavy Farm Tools As a general thing, says a scnsiDie writer, all of our farm tools are too hours in a little water; put in also any nice tats of the fowl-that ar left, par- The Peanut, ' Old Harrest Cnstoms r The ground-nut is becoming one of ' The custom of celebrating, in som ticularly the neck, which is never the important staple productions of the ' imanner, the close of the harvest is eaten. To this aid any soup stock soil. A late number of the Gardener's ,llei7 ancient The old Greeks anc Komansiiad their rural deities, ano wagon that will bear up under a ton weight with ease is plenty heavy enough lor all practical purposes to which a farm wagon should be put. If you want to haul two tons it is far better and cheaper in the end to make two loads of it. The saving in horse flesh and feed will, in a few years, amount to enough to buy a new one and have something left for profit If 0U are about ordering a new wagon have it made light and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 March 1883

THE K I 111 111 f ' ) I C SHE WAR r, Business Manages and Pubukhk. W. C. CHASE Fdttok asp Peoi-bietok Home Rule, Industry. Justice, Tquality afnd Recognition according to Merit. -.... . . ,1 VOL. 1. C earing OJP- LADIES' COATS, DOLMANS AND 0IRGULARS- Kc, t ; lot Flill on hand that must and -will be closed out regardless of cost to moke room i,s ' po ids. in.,-l)i: STLK VELT-ETS AND PLUSHES in black and all the desirable shades. n"N r LS COLORED VELVETS. BLACK AND COLORED SILKS KV j- i'Ii VDA MAS, all at greatly reduced prices. . I f . LORED CASHMERES from 50 cente up. All the EVENING SHADES '-m. Cashmeres Albatross, and Nuns Veiling, &c i "nusiunu v?u ju iu Kroai variety ana . :-JHrWl It IT11HSK JLHD1C r , :'t tail to look at them. i:isrcxi jsimasK laoie Uloths and - - V ,.:i . 1,ll. a.nn, T 1. LUTTKELL & CO., ilT UPPrrV flie Reliable i a wti 3 tt; B V " to impress upon the is3 Wt&x vL&fi9BmtiEBeL 5 T ' i bio is our motto. I 'Mo our dealings. I nl" the materials used...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 March 1883

PEa BBaaMBaMBOHBaiHBBHBBBi I ( THE BEE. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I Sr&EEP, X. W , WASHINGTON, D. 0. "W. O. CHASE, E-iitorandTropriotor. C. 0. STEWART, Uusmesa Manager. Entered at tho PotstOttlce at Var.hington, D. v., atj eeeoud-claBB matter. STTOSCMWIOK B4TES : 6 months - 8 1 " - Single copies, - 100 50 - 20 5 ADVERTISING BATES: One inch, one month. M00 12 0u 20 00 'X-ool. SIX II 41 it 'Si-f' .& . - lc col 40 00' 1 inch one year 10 OU 25 00 85 00 75 00 col. col. a ii if col. Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten Hues constitute an inch. r , . . . . ; JLUeemiannioatioM pmalnxsg to 'trannes HBtuthe addietssed to the Buaiaese Manager flatter for publication and on private buBineas must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a Newa Bureau of the Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news itemB at a reasonable price. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored jo...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 March 1883

THE BEE. ttttF.PE THE BEE f!A "RF, GOT. Mrs. Polkety's, M street, between 12 11 a- w . - -- J and 13, Northwest. Payne & Gray's, 4J and Pennsylvania avenue. Henry Poland's, Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue, and 4i streets. Hohert Booker's, 1116 F street, "urilivest. Mrs. L. Chase, 1109 I Street, . 17. J. W. Fowler, 318 Second St., South west. Treasury Eestaurant, treasury de partment. Drug store, 16th and M St., North west. H. B. Polkinhorn, next to city Post office. LOCALS. TnE Bee is still ahead at the Fair. TnE Fair was largely attended this week. Go to the fair of Co. B., and vote for the Bee. The fair at the Shiloh Church u xk, was a success. last M'Bfcribers will please have their money ready for the collector. Caitain Cirav holds the men, and commands Company B. I'ArTAix Kelly stillnolds the sceptre and hrawly marches onward. Tin: concert at Bethel Hall a few evmr.gs ago, was largely attended. There was alarge meeting of colored cit 7ms held In Baltimore last week,...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 10 March 1883

B7wBHHiHHiHiHHiBHilHHHIHVSNHMBIHVVIBJBHVHflH0!HHIIHHIHHHHH u i M H I- s i n i 1 I i '. i UJ Pl FAKM, GARDEN AKD HOUSEHOLD Xice Weakness is Fowls. The 2Tew York Herald says this is caused either by old age or "by the size and weight of the body being more than the legs can bear. In the latter case the treatment should bo such as to give strength. Citrate of iron dis solved in ale should be added to the food, which must not be of too fatten ing a nature. Keep plenty of lime and crushed bones in the poultry yard. In severe cases immerse the limbs in cold water. Weed Abbes nnd Beae Past. I used 600 pounds ot unloached ashes on six acres and sowed wheat; .result, six bushels of wheat to the acre. On another tract I drilled in 200 pounds of bone dubt, and gained an increase of fourteen bushels per acre over the tract sown with wood ashes. Next year I used 200 pound3 of bone dust on the plot on which I had previously sown 600 pounds of ashes; result, forty bushels of wheat to the acre. Thi...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 March 1883

4 1 A 5$ !wGPfc - S vx t If THE m " T Mmiiw uwmmw imwMiWiintfniiij warn iiiiwp .; , f4 .. C. C STEWART, Business Manageb and Publishes. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. "W. 0. 0HA8E, Editor and Proprietor. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1883. NO. 32. A " "vy y yaiiM&g JLJ J A - Of earing CF1- LADIES' 0OATS, DOLMANS AND CIRCULARS A small lot still on hand that must and will be closed out regardless of cost to make room for Spring goods. " J UUU1 J?iK'm APSKLVn Lnnnr?SS SISg, in Madk d a11 tho dcsblo shade,. SiSw whaSm??iP2lqrd IelPs- blok: and COLORED SILKS, 6A1I. JlHADAMAfa, all at greatly reduced prices. BhCli ??D SS11320 CASHMERES from 50 cents up. All the EVENING SHADES in Mls, Satins, Cafehmeres, Albatross, and Wns Veiiing?Uc. - r -vo House Fnniishing Goods in jircat variety and very cheap. A lot of bordered Damask Table Cloths and Napkins, pure linen, slightly soiled, at half price. Don't fail to look at them. J. A. L...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 March 1883

i i j i 4 THE BEE. IHJRLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I STREET, N. W , WASHINGTON, D. C. W. 0. CHASE. Editor ana Proprietor. C. C. STEWAR I BuBincuB Manager. 'Entered at tbo Pobtoflice at Washington, D. D., as accond-clRBQ matter. BUBSCBIPTION BATES I CmontbB - 3 1 " - iSinglo copies, - - - 100 50 - 20 5 ADVEirnsiNa hates : Ono inch, one month i-col. BIX " noo 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 00 85 00 75 00 col icnl. i on. " - II c 1 unch ono year A' vy -col. 41 ( IC Icol. Special notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. . All communicatioHS pertaining to trasinrw must be addioasod to the Business Manager Matter for publication and on private business must be adnreased to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers hvo established a News Bureau of the Colored PresB. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable price. The-object of the bureau is to furnish colored Joarpals with sjocial Washington letter...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 March 1883

THE BEE. 0$ THE BEE CAN BE GOT. .., i jjeiicr, jo. xrvtn,t corner ioin ftreet. '. W- LOCALS. Thefapital City Guard Fair will close .rt Monday evening, voting on the J"rg was discontinued last evening. 'the Fair of Company B, Capital m Guards, wis crowded on Monday trebiDg. The votinS for the watcL was 1uU livel-v and interestinS Mb H- M. Hewlett, one of our T6Wvoung lawyers of this city, will Hewlett is of the firm of Hewlett and M ' Mr. Fink IIall at22 llth street, :rt!",Kt hns 1)ought a bagatelle fV-lpof thP liest Quality. Give him a 'l aa.i 'jny an evening game at this rT'nlarpla-eof resort. jFvouwantto get rid of some of tout 'old stoves for new ones go to Mr. flutter's, at the corner of Fifth and K j'reets, northwest. Mr. Butler can Jiase vou all as reasonable as anybody a the city. Give him a call. Xjie Laboring Men's Protective 1'nion will give an entertainment at ing's Hall, Tuesday and Wednesday fvenings, April 3d and 4th. Queen LkR National Garfield Guards and wlit Homo Cl...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 17 March 1883

V 33 ' W HWCHL'-X , ' t J' I '" f : ' 4. Jl t HI jl t a1 ? - t. t A SI gT it?AJUff, RAltUEN AXD HOUSEHOLD. C t Vfiru:s. It Is very an uying, after having set out a ni o lot or sw et potato or ciib.iage plants, to j-cu tliein cut down, ono by one, by thseVorins. We have tri tl ashes, iin e soot, and in fact everything we have ever heard of, says an exchange, but I ave never found anything ef o a' until by accident we found t'iree or four of the worms one morning gathered under a small board, wh.chhal bon left by some children on a sweet potato hill. Acting upon ihe hint, we placed small pie -e of boar ', lirjje chips, et?., all through the patch, an 1 we i r .pped them by hundreds. The boards must be lifted early in the morning, j.nl on very warm days, again about noon. A little care for a few days will clar these iposts out of the garden. One trial will i satisfy any pjraon of the merits of this iplan. Root Grafting. Uoot grafting is sometimes resorted to where extensive increase is...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1883

mmm mmmmum n T HE M . W raifx. .. 0-m m- 1 -Y 'i&Mtf-t.v kly "i JD Hi Jjj , - - - - -. C. 0. STEWART, Tusines3 Manages axd Publisheb. Home Rule, Industry, Justice, Equality and Recognition according to Merit. W. 0. CHASE, Fditoi: icm PRoriuETOit. VOL. 1. WASHINGTON, D. C. SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1883. NO. 33. . .1 . & ,jiSEiHBHGS5JiHpHBS EA STER OP AT IBIIlSra-'S 814.- SEVENTH Owing to additional improvements our Regular Surf rig Opening will be postponed for a few da vs, and will be duly announced when it takes place. eanwhife we shall offer SPRING MILLINERY An elegant line of Hatsand Bonnets, Children's, Misses' snd Ladies' Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, Silks and Satins, and all the Novelties in the Millinery line. Don't Fail to Examine KING'S PALACE, 814 SEVENTH STREET, 3ST. W. The Largest Millinery Establishment in the District of Columbia. O w .-.- .. .ii D. W. LEWIS, ATTORN E Y-AT-I j A.W, Practices in all the courts of the District of Colu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1883

i: ? i 9 i I f i I I 1 1 i 1 l t ?J J'T ! W THE BEE, IPUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY AT 1107 I SfREEU, N. W.t WASHINGTON, D. 0. W. 0. CHASE, Editor and Proprietor. C. C. STEWART, Business Manager. Entered at tbo Poatoffiwi at TYafililngton, D. D., ae eocond-olaftfi matter. BUBSCKIFTIOK BATES : 6 monthB 8 1 - i Single copies, 00 50 20 5 ADVEBTISINQ BATES : One inch, one month $100 12 00 20 00 40 00 10 00 25 00 85 00 75 00 'Ji-COl. six i li. ml. " V'-c lcol. " " 1 inch one year -col. IcoL k Bprcisl notices, 50 cents each. Ten lines constitute an inch. . All communication pertaining to onsmrBs must be addressed to the Business Manager Matter for publication and on private business must be addressed to the Editor and Proprie tor. In conjunction with the Bee, the mana gers have established a News Bureau of tbo Colored Press. We are prepared to furnish biographies, special correspondence and news items at a reasonable prico. The object of the bureau is to furnish colored journals with spocial W...

Publication Title: Bee, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1883

THE BEE. tfllERE THE BEE CAX BE GOT. fproamiry Restaurant. r. l c lil52 H99, Istrest, Zorth II 13. PuHcinhorn, next to cityTfost- o3ice. pavne & Gray's 352 Pennsylvania ten up. jlrs. Polkety's, M street, between 12 anl 13. Xorth west. j H. Boiler. Druggist, comer 16th anil M st reel, ormwret. H,nrv PolandV j ?orner 4 and Pemr v;.ma avenue, Sou huest. LOCALS. i .1 II Bellpr, druggists, cor. 16lh and )j street. N. AV. Head King's palace advertisement. This is "n4 of the most popular busi ness hiM's in the United States. wv call especial attention to the musK storo of John T. Ellis & Co., uho has on hand everything in the line of musical instruments; also, nil the latent selections in music. The citizens of Washington would il,i woll to go to Mr. Davis' at 925 Pennsylvania avenue, Xorthwest, the popular photographer; cabinet sizes 3 pr dozen, cards one dollar per IMhr-1 Hall was crowded on Tues ,:;u evening. The President, Mr. Bl'rt Smith, read a fine paper on the Zwav's It wou...

Publication Title: Bee, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The bee. — 24 March 1883

S " M- -3wm A Case oF Real Leprosy. At a recent clinic in the hospital for Bkin diseases of this city, says the Phil-, adelphia Press, Doctor Jolin Y. Shoe-i maker pro Juced for e 'nation andj study a genuine case . rosy thati liad been sent from Honolulu for; treatment. Owing to the prevailing' belief that the disease was contagious, only five or six physicians were pres ent. From the advance sheets of a paper prepared for the Medical Bul letin by Doctor Shoemaker, the follow ing history of the case is gleaned : The sufferer is thirty-four years of age, and was born in Honolulu, of American parents. He has consider able wealth, which enables him to live at ease and to consult the best medi oal ability. The diseace was brought Into his system by inoculation. Eight years ago, after feeling poorly for eome time, he not c d a dead spot of skin above the knee that gradually grew in size. Shortly aftor he married n native, and a child wjis born that lived but a year. The spot spread very...

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